How To Use Bogart In A Sentence

  • Perhaps, unlike Humphrey Bogart and Claude Rains in "Casablanca," the Obama White House and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce were never destined for a beautiful friendship. White House, Chamber Have a Shot at Reconciling
  • Bogies is housed in a restored movie theater and decorated with Humphrey Bogart memorabilia.
  • (Soundbite of laughter) SAGAL: And only the shop steward can bogart it. Panel Round Two
  • They mistakenly believed he had tried to bogart the gas and poach the summit.
  • Sacrificing plot clarity for wisecracking dialogue and smouldering seduction the producers removed a big chunk of explanation in favour of more Bogart-Bacall smooch time, the definitive Chandler detective movie is still wildly enjoyable. This week's new films
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  • Like Eminem, ecstasy, and Outkast, this election has been co-opted by our moms and dads and it's time for us to say, ‘Don't bogart it!’
  • But they reshot her scenes at the insistence of Bogart and director Howard Hawks and she ultimately earned excellent notices.
  • There is no bogarting of the microphone; from the first shimmering bars of the album you hear that this trio have found a magical balance.
  • He said he often seeks inspiration from the 1952 movie "Deadline USA, " in which Humphrey Bogart plays the managing editor of a New York newspaper who takes on the mob.
  • Sony also ran a "Smooth Criminal" vignette from the disc showing Jackson "interact" with Rita Hayworth, Edward G. Robinson and Humphrey Bogart in classic black and white footage from Gilda and other old-time movies. CES: Michael Jackson on Blu-ray
  • This is sad, really, because if you're bogarting the Convocation Mall for an evening to set up a beer garden, then it would be in your best interest to make sure that there are people there to drink the beer.
  • These places, frequently adorned with Bogart posters, ceiling fans, or a piano, often try to capture the film's Moroccan exoticism or sense of romance.
  • Mr. Kanfer avoids naming Bogart's many imitators, but I can recall that even before his death Bogart's spirit glimmered in Edward R. Murrow (the trench coat, the cigarette); in Jack Kennedy (Irish toughness, Harvard wit); in old white-shoe veterans of lonely World War II parachute drops with the OSS; in the writer Lillian Hellman, until she was revealed as a sanctimonious liar not long before her death. Cool Is as Cool Was
  • Hotel Splendido, which remains intact and focuses on authentic cuisine, has played host to the likes of Humphrey Bogart, Lauren Bacall, Elizabeth Taylor, Clark Gable, and Ava Gardner.
  • A poll to determine the degree of "positive marquee value" among Hollywood featured players ranked Bogart eighteenth.
  • People were always trying to crash or bogart the concert. Be specific: Jeff Krulik on the wild years of NoVa rock and roll
  • Dude, don't bogart the platform.
  • My neighbor has learned how to bogart his wireless signal.
  • Filed under Celluloid, Roundup, Vinyl · Tagged with dolly parton, humphrey bogart 2009 December :
  • Blissfully unaware of pot-smoking etiquette, he proceeds to bogart it down to the ashes.
  • Since then, the trench coat has become a significant cultural icon and has been donned by many famous movie stars, from Humphrey Bogart in Casablanca to Audrey Hepburn in Breakfast at Tiffany's.
  • Bacall has played dozens of cameos and character roles in the past 30 years, but her most memorable film parts still belong to her Bogart period.
  • It begins, of course, with a shrine to Pong ... and from there, visitors go wherever they like -- playing whatever they want, or whatever they can bogart from the sticky-fingered youngsters who think Donkey Kong has something to do with mules. Video killed the radio star
  • But how can that happen to somebody who once co-starred with the likes of Humphrey Bogart, James Cagney and Gene Autry?
  • Don't bogart this information - spread the word.
  • BUtif someone is passing around a shared smoke, then to "bogart" means ot hog it as if it was yours alone. BOOMER QUIZ, WHYDYA THINK THEY CALL IT DOPE, ANSWERS
  • The capital of Delaware or the length of Humphrey Bogart's inseam is just a few clicks away. With IBM's Watson on 'Jeopardy!,' how trivial is trivia?
  • But how can that happen to somebody who once co-starred with the likes of Humphrey Bogart, James Cagney and Gene Autry?
  • Bogart dove head first into the Jazz Age lifestyle, always up for late night revels.
  • Lloyd Nolan plays the gumshoe in all the films, the kind of wisecracking, perennially unruffled noir hero who provided the template for many a later Bogart role. Michael Shayne: Private Detective
  • So a broad driving a Mercedes is bogarting her way across traffic to make that important turn into the entrance closest to Bloomingdales.
  • As part of the interview process, he sent a video of himself bogarting a massive pipe full of opium.
  • So now I'm bogarting a hundred camels for my wannabe Chekhovian slices-of-life film?
  • Filed under Celluloid, Roundup, Vinyl · Tagged with alien, humphrey bogart, sigourney weaver 2009 December :
  • Finally, disc one contains a Humphrey Bogart trailer gallery with previews of 12 of his films - good stuff.
  • During the communal drug culture of the 1960s, 'to bogart' meant to selfishly smoke a joint without sharing.
  • Philip Marlowe(Humphrey Bogart): Well, I, uh, I try to be.
  • What possible financial difference could it make to a contemporary film star whether or not some old Bogart movie is colorized?
  • Then he bogarts all the weed and later on rats everyone out to the cops.
  • Humphrey Bogart's my hero - I've seen every one of his films.
  • What possible financial difference could it make to a contemporary film star whether or not some old Bogart movie is colorized?
  • Hell, I tell people that all the time so they don't bogart my joint.
  • How anyone can possibly forget how Humphrey Bogart-soundalike good wizard Avatar manages to overcome hie evil twin brother Blackwolf is beyond me though. Bakshi’s Wizards Airing Thursday on FMC » DVDs Worth Watching
  • This was not difficult for Humphrey Bogart; he was, after all, the man who never made quartermaster in the Navy during World War I.
  • Traffic was nil, except for us, which was fortunate considering the way I was bogarting both lanes.
  • His passion for newspapers comes through in his film "Deadline-U.S.A." 1952, with Humphrey Bogart as a both saturnine and driven editor. Hard-Nosed Hollywood
  • Here Kanfer shines, getting all of Bogart in an evocative, inventive phrase: "wounded, cynical, romantic, and as incorrodible as a zinc bar. "Tough Without a Gun," by Stefan Kanfer is a new biography of Humphrey Bogart
  • For Bogart fans, a trip to this bayside watering hole has become a pilgrimage of sorts.
  • In other words, when Bogart takes a long, hard look at the lovely Ingrid Bergman's dewy face in Casablanca, his gaze permits us to do the same without having to explain the politics of our pleasure.
  • Robin (of CrossFit Regina fame) found another version, so I decided to bogart it. "We live in an amazing, amazing world and it's wasted on the crappiest generation of spoiled idiots"
  • Tell that to the woman whose trophies she'd bogarted.
  • Filed under Celluloid, Roundup, Vinyl · Tagged with dolly parton, humphrey bogart 2009 December :
  • Bogart and Bergman had loved one another years before, and in neutral Casablanca discover that their passion is unabated.
  • Collared trench coats, foggy airports, Bergman's cheekbones, and Bogart's gun hardly seem the stuff of history.
  • He shoulders his way in, bull that he is, by bogarting his way past the people in front of the line.
  • In 1986, Heide and Gilman priced an autographed, unframed photograph of Bogart at $85.
  • With her darkly beautiful gaze and deep, throaty voice, Bacall isn't so much a love interest for Bogart as a tough, sassy equal.
  • High Sierra was the last time Bogart's name would not be listed first in film credits.
  • So don't bogart that joint, my friend, pass it over to me.
  • You could wander off to a sound stage and watch John Huston or Willy Wyler shooting a scene with Bogart or Hepburn or Peck.
  • ’Would you look at this dingus,’ Bogart says, turning the fruit jar in his hand.
  • I got to "eyeliner-bogarting boggart" and promptly keeled over. Shenanigans at the Jolliest Roger
  • I also want to bogart some of the many Red Eyes gig posters left over from evenings past, the better to decorate my home and office.
  • The trenches, hats and flannel suits are a tribute to Humphrey Bogart.
  • Stop bogarting the last beer, Wolf.
  • Bogart and Bergman's heart-rending airstrip farewell is enshrined as one of the all-time great endings, and was pastiched to great effect in Woody Allen's Play It Again Sam.
  • Bogart seems to have rescinded his deathbed remorse about switching from scotch to Martinis.
  • Last week, she asked to copy your social studies homework and you caved, but you don't want her bogarting all of your hard-earned work!
  • I remember many years ago, sitting with my mother and brother, in front of a roaring coal fire, gawping at a black and white tube, mesmerised by the likes of Cagney, Bogart, & Hepburn.
  • But Bogart's iconic image as the toughie was something he could rarely escape, even off screen.

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